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Is there a chapter of some Atheist organization in northwest Indiana?

I live in rural Northwest Indiana. I’d like to know of an atheist organization with members in my area. Thank you.

Posted: June 3rd 2008

Akusai www

As it happens, I live in Lafayette, which is a little in the southerly part of northwest Indiana, but I’m there. The only thing I can think of for you is the Purdue Non-Theists club. It is a university organization, but open to membership from non-students as well. They occasionally have off-campus meetups, and there’s more info at their website.

I don’t know if you’re close enough to Lafayette for this to be useful, but I hope it helps.

Posted: June 5th 2008

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SmartLX www

Northwest Indiana I couldn’t tell you, but Indiana as a whole is covered.

Indy Atheists

Indiana American Atheists

Posted: June 4th 2008

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flagellant www

Atheist organisations are a bit thin on the ground in Indiana, aren’t they?

The Brights’ Net, not explicitly atheist, may offer you the sort of contact you are seeking. The Brights’ Net is intended to bring together 'People with a naturalistic World View, free of supernatural and mystical elements.’

Have a look here for general information

And here for Indiana-specific information

As I said, Indiana’s not exactly seething with atheists, but you have to start somewhere. Good luck!

Posted: June 4th 2008

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